NY Times Issues FIVE Corrections for Misquoting the President as Blaming “All Sides” in Charlottesville
RUSH: The New York Times misquoted Donald Trump Charlottesville remarks in five different reports. And now the New York Times has corrected five stories on Trump's response to the Charlottesville protests, admitting in each report to misquoting what Trump said in the aftermath of violence.
RUSH: They're just gonna do a study here because Mattis wants to know what he's dealing with after it happens. Details on this are coming up. But the Post is, at least, saying that Mattis is not being insubordinate here, and I did not want to leave this taste in your mouth that maybe Mattis was being insubordinate. People on the inside of this say that that's not what's going on.
RUSH: There are three lies that the media and the Democrats say after every Republican tax proposal. They are this: The Reagan or Bush tax cuts didn't work. They then say, "The rich are not gonna be paying their fair share in this," and that it has to be revenue neutral. Those are the three things.
RUSH: Did I not tell you when this whole thing began with concussions and the social justice warriors getting on this case? I told you. It was years ago, that the days of the National Football League or football as you and I know it are numbered. We just don't know how many they have left, but it's over.
RUSH: The problem with immigration is the nationalistic, racist, xenophobic native populations of these countries who are simply — because of their bigotry — unwilling to be friendly and accept this massive swarm of illegal immigrants and refugees. So they are going to be given the massive doses of oxytocin, not the immigrants.
RUSH: It would really be wise for all of you to not believe a thing anybody in the media says about Donald Trump if it is the slightest bit critical. What they’re on today is, “Trump doesn’t care. Trump doesn’t care about people. Trump doesn’t love people. Trump doesn’t have empathy.” They’re just making it up.
RUSH: Let's look at some of the news coming out of Houston here. The economic news, by the way, is through the roof. We have a revised GDP that's gonna be north of 3% economic growth. Jobs news continues to come in. Consumer confidence is at a 17-year high. President Trump is on the way to Missouri today where he is going to make a speech on tax reform…
RUSH: The Republicans have an opportunity to do everything they have been promising to do, a once-in-a-career opportunity. They’re never going to have this kind of power. And what are they doing? Nothing. In fact, it’s worse than nothing. It appears to outsiders that they are part of the effort to thwart and stop Trump.
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RUSH: Dartmouth College is neck-deep in controversy after one of their lecturers defended Antifa, the violent left-wing radicals.